Li Hill – Rise and Fall

Our man Li Hill recently finished up a new mural in Berlin for the One Wall Project by Urban Nation. The Toronto born multidisciplinary artist knocked out a giant black and white wall using his signature expressive figure subject matter. Here’s what he had to say about the project:

“Based on two source points, a famous statue in Berlin based on the greek goddess of Victory (Siegessäule/ The Victory Column) and the film Wings of Desire by Wim Winders, where an angel becomes human to experience the world. As well as speaking to the spirit of renewal and reinvention, this piece at its core is based on the fragile and unsustainable concept of constant progress and the fallacy of victory. All empires are bound to fall but something new is always born from it.”


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Twoone – Ride or Die/Sink or Swim

Berlin-based artist Twoone was hard at work last week, where he was hard at work on a new mural in the Urban Spree complex. The complex features emerging and well known international urban artists. But is sadly rumored to become the construction site of a new highway. The Japanese born muralist’s new piece titled “Ride or die/sink or swim” took two and a half days to complete and portrays a rearing horse, energized with brightly colored abstract elements.

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James Bullough – Various Paintings

James Bulloughis an American born artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. His paintings, and huge monumentally scaled site-specific murals, are phenomenal combinations of realist painting technique and graphic punctuation. Inspired by gritty urban graffiti as a young artist growing up in Washington, DC, Bullough harnessed its energy in his work, and perfected a realistic oil painting technique from his study of the Old Masters.

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Jayson Haebich – Diffusion

Jayson Haebich created this project was created for his residency at the Institut Fur Alles Mogliche in Berlin during April 2015 and is about the transformation of pure white light into many different colours and textures through the process of diffusion. More info after the jump!

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Okuda – New Streetart Work in Berlin

One of our most recent interviewees, OKUDA, is currently in Berlin and got busy on a series of street art pieces. Using his signature vibrant and geometrical figure/portrait work he blasted a couple pieces one of which he teamed up with Yoh Nagano.

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Joseph Marr – Sugar Sculptures

Joseph Marr (born 1979) is an Australian Artist of English/Maori heritage who lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Marr works in a number of media including painting, sculpture, video and photography. His art is conceptually oriented, and generally concerned with issues of consciousness.

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